Learn How to Evaluate Your Organization’s Preparedness – Register Today for DRI’s Sept. 28 Webinar

Hand pressing Free WebinarLearn how to evaluate your organization’s overall readiness, and what makes an organization a resilience leader — register now for DRI’s next free webinar on organizational certification, coming Wednesday, September 28 at 2:00 p.m. ET!

Long the leader in certifying individuals, DRI International now offers accreditation for organizations with the Hub of Resilience and Resilient Enterprise designations, as well as assessment of organizational resilience with the Resilient Enterprise Assessment Process (REAP). You’ll hear from organizations that have earned these designations, learn what makes them truly resilient, and find out how they’re spreading education and leadership within their communities and industries.CEAP_icon_1

For attending the webinar, DRI Certified Professionals will earn one Continuing Education Activity Point (CEAP) toward recertification.

Featured Speakers:

  • Al Berman, President and CEO, DRI International
  • Joseph Easter, MBCP, Sr. Director, Risk Management Testing & Validation, Products & Practices, Business Continuity, and Crisis Management, Capital One
  • Mitch Simon, CBCP, Director of Business Continuity and Resilience, NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Buffy Rojas Leach, Director of Communications, DRI International

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Web browser or smart mobile device required. Some audio content not available to phone-in attendees.

Register now!

One response to “Learn How to Evaluate Your Organization’s Preparedness – Register Today for DRI’s Sept. 28 Webinar

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